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A terrifying case of a Queens cop murdering her boyfriend and one-year-old son earlier this month may have left parents around the city on edge, but historians and law enforcement experts said this is the first time they've ever seen a case like this. 2 comments
A new tennis tournament next month will pit borough against borough, giving the winners bragging rights as the city's best on the hard court, organizers said Friday. Comment?
A woman was struck by an F train and killed during Friday morning's rush hour commute in Queens, according to the FDNY . Comment?
The city is planning to divide the K-8 version P.S. 85 's citywide gifted program between two buildings, including one that is far from the nearest subway stop, upsetting parents who have been pushing for an expansion of the popular STEM Academy, parents said. Comment?
The controversial East 91st Street Marine Transfer Station will drive droves of neighborhood kids to the hospital with respiratory ailments, claims a new study released Thursday by opponents. Comment?
On a remote Bushwick corner by a subway tram lot and a strip of car dealerships, Vincent Carbone haggled over a pink headstone in the yard of his 97-year-old family shop. Comment?
Murray Weiss is an award-winning investigative journalist, author, columnist and editor, and is considered an expert on government, law enforcement, criminal justice, organized crime and terrorism. Comment?
The church proclaims Jesus was the original hipster on large ads displayed on phone kiosks and bus stops throughout Brooklyn and Queens, Animal New York reported. Comment?
With very few designated lanes, bike lovers usually have to maneuver between cars, too often becoming victims of accidents, advocates said. Comment?
Eighteen-year-old New Yorkers could soon be able to drive, vote and serve in the military - but be forbidden from lighting up. 6 comments
Every week, DNAinfo.com goes straight to the principal's office. Our neighborhood reporters sit down with the heads of New York City's public and private schools to discuss their educational philosophies and the challenges they face. Comment?
Some parents in Hunters Point whose children were wait-listed at the only nearby public school are taking matters into their own hands - by considering schools outside the neighborhood and even leaving the area altogether. Comment?